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This New Photo Book Helps to Combat Wildlife Crime

Photographers Against Wildlife Crime™ is a new book being launched on Kickstarter that is taking aim at the world of wildlife crime. With 20 of the most high-profile nature and conservation photographers involved, the book is coming at a crucial time for our natural world. The wildlife crime industry is ...

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Adobe Updater Deletes Lightroom 6: Here’s How to Get It Back

If you use Lightroom 6 and don’t have any plans to switch to Adobe’s subscription software, here’s a warning: don’t run the Lightroom updater through Adobe’s download manager with default settings. It will delete your Lightroom 6 and install Lightroom CC instead. We’ve been hearing reports from Lightroom 6 users ...

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DxO Buys Nik Collection from Google, Will Resume Development

The popular Nik Collection of photo editing software will live on. Just months after Google said that it was abandoning the brand and ending development, DxO has just announced that it has acquired Nik Collection from Google and will continue development “for the benefit of the photographer community.” Google originally ...

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This Pancake Lens is Actually a Wireless Phone Charger

Want a strange, photography-related way to charge your phone on the go? The Hong Kong-based company LightPix Labs has unveiled the Power Lens, a wireless mobile charger that looks just like a 40mm pancake lens. Compatible with both iOS and Android devices that are Qi-enabled, the Power Lens will provide wireless fast ...

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Photographer Terry Richardson Banned by Top Magazines

Fashion photographer Terry Richardson has been banned from shooting for a number of leading magazines including Vogue, GQ, Glamour, and Vanity Fair. The Daily Telegraph learned of the ban from a leaked email that circulated on Monday within Condé Nast International, which owns some of the most famous magazine titles ...

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